What it’s Like to Fly the Glasair Merlin LSA

Glasair Merlin. Photo: Jim Koepnick/Flying Magazine
Photo: Jim Koepnick/Flying Magazine

Flying Magazine features the Glasair Merlin LSA

“Like the predatory bird from which the name of Glasair’s new LSA stems, the Merlin is small and light, and has a certain fierceness about it as well. Similar to its amateur-built predecessors, it is a composite airplane with steel and aluminum parts, providing a smooth, streamlined structure. The fuel-injected 100 hp Rotax 912 iS Sport engine powers the bird and spins a two-blade composite propeller manufactured by Sensenich. The panel features a highly capable Dynon SkyView Touch electronic flight-information system.”

Read the full article in Flying Magazine.

SOURCEFlying Magazine
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Omar Filipovic
Omar Filipovic is president of the Glasair Aircraft Owners Association as well as the chief tinkerer and content editor for this website. He is also the web editor for Kitplanes Magazine. Omar is building a GlaStar in Portland, Oregon.